Today I am playing with one of the 2020 Stampin' Up! Saleabration second release stamp sets, called Rise and Shine. If you love tea and coffee stamps, this is for you. It's super cute, but only available for two more weeks. See all the Salebration deals ending on March 31st HERE.
I love this cute stamp set!
Here is my colour combination for this card.
Rise and Shine stamp set has a unique feature in that the cups can be stamped with the handle facing either way. You can see that in the example project below, which was made by the Stampin' Up! artists.
Don't miss the opportunity to get your hands on this stamp set. All these deals end on March 31st.
Saleabration opportunity to earn free products with $90 / $180 orders or opportunity to earn the Little Ladybug stamp set. More Details HERE.
Great Saleabration joining opportunity (join for yourself as a hobby if you like), where you can earn lots of extra freebies. More details HERE
Limited time release of coordinating dies for some Saleabration stamp sets and some extra dies to coordinate with 2020 January to June mini sets. More details HERE.
If you are placing any orders between now and the end of March, don't forget to use the March Host Code, for a free gift mid April.
Back with my day 2 creation for the Poppy Party. Today I decided to brighten things right up compared to yesterday's card and use the Stampin' Up! Painted Poppies bundle from the 2020 January mini catalogue in a completely new way.
My colour combination for today's card is:
This card was super simple to create. I just stamped the multiple poppy image in a row (tip: start in the centre of the white panet first, and then stamp at each end) in Memento Black Ink as I wanted to colour with Stampin' Blends. I then just coloured the flowers in the darkest shade of Mango Melody, Lovely Lipstick and Pumpkin Pie. My greeting is again from Sending You Thoughts (Saleabration level 1 choice) stamp set, which you can choose for free if you buy the bundle (see yesterdays post for the stamp set image). A couple of shiny adhesive rhinestones and we are done. All products used in today's card are linked at the end of the post.
In addition to being able to select a Saleabration level 1 gift with the purchase of this bundle anytime between 3rd January and 31st March, I am also offering a small gift with purchase to anyone who purchases it from me this week up to January 19th (anyone who has already purchased the bundle from me will also receive the bonus gift which will be sent out around 29th January. The bonus is some 1 piece of each of the Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper cut to 6x4" size (these make beautiful layers by themselves) and 1/4 pack of Peaceful Poppies elements. These are elements which coordinate with the Peaceful Poppies suite and are a mix of embossed on watercolour paper, embossed on black card, white printed on vellum and colour printed on glossy white card. These can be coloured and layered for additional card elements.
I would love to send you a pack, so grab your Painted Poppies bundle today. You will save 10%, get to choose a free Saleabration item and if you order by the 19th Jan, get my bonus too.
Set of 8 high quality tutorials. Fancy Folds, Techniques, 3D or scrapbooking, Embossing folder ideas. FREE with a $50 order or purchase for $15AUD worldwide. Will be sent after a qualifying order, or view / purchase using link HERE.
Thanks for stopping by today. See you back here tomorrow with another Painted Poppies card. I'm loving creating with this versatile bundle.
I've been playing with Stampin' Up's Pigment Sprinkles over the past few weeks and have come up a video for you as well as four card ideas using the sprinkles.
Pigment sprinkles made their debut in the 2019 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue. These sprinkles are watercolour crystals that explode with colour when mixed with water (you will see that happen in the video). The pieces you create make great backgrounds and elements for your projects.
The pigment sprinkles come in a set of 6 colours, which perfectly coordinate with 7 of our Stampin' Up! colours.
The bottles each have a colour label on the top which makes it quick and easy to find your colours.
The dispensers are really great too! When you unscrew the lid, there is a little flip up lid piece (like salt and pepper shakers) to control how much you use (you only need a little bit as you will see in the video.
Find out LOTS more about the sprinkles in this video I have created for you.
Here are the four cards I created using the pieces I created in the video, and some other pieces I created playing with the sprinkles.
For this second card, I have used a piece I created using Mango Melody and Melon Mambo Pigment Sprinkles. I then embossed the greeting and image from Healing Hugs stamp set onto the piece with White embossing powder. I have also used Stitched Rectangle dies on my card.
In this third card I have used the Bermuda Bay sprinkles on my background. These sprinkles are also an excellent match for Pretty Peacock (which is the colour of my base card and die cut from Merry Christmas dies). The 'birthday' part of my greeting is from the Well Said stamp set.
For my final card, I have die cut letters from a piece I had created using the Pigment Sprinkles. I used the Hand Lettered Prose dies to cut the letters, and Well Said stamp set for the other part of the greeting. The background on this card was made using a watercolour wash and some ink splatters in Mango Melody.
I hope you have enjoyed my video and these Stampin' Up! pigment sprinkles cards.
Before you go, you might like to know what else is going on and how you can get more from me:
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